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Shagohod 3d printed

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Shagohod 3d printed
Shagohod 3d printed

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The Shagohod is a hybrid screw propelled vehicle designed by Dr. Nikolai Stepanovich Sokolov to serve as a mobile nuclear ballistic missile system. The forward module contains the driver's cab, main propulsion systems, and most of the Shagohod's weapons. It is a completely autonomous vehicle that can function without the rear module attached, though in this configuration the rocket boosters are lost and the module has no nuclear launch capacity. The main means of propulsion is a pair of augers (or screws) fixed to runners mounted on hydraulic-actuated arms, sometimes incorrectly referred to as treads. At high speeds these are locked in line with the rear and used to pull the Shagohod along, while for low-speed or awkward movements, the arms are brought down diagonally and used to drag the rear section; it is presumably the latter movement mode that gives the Shagohod its name, though the vehicle crawls rather than walks.
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6.1 cm
4.7 cm
12.5 cm

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